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Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard


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Description: Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard

The Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard is a high quality board designed for mountain use. Featuring an Amptek All-mountain rocker that is split between a 60 / 40 rocker camber style, this board is designed for comfort and stability. The One Magtek board has reverse camber tips inserted, allowing for the Magtek to have better pops, increased float, more grip, smoother landing, greater edge pressure, and finally better control. This board also features a directional twin shape and sintered 4440 base. All this combined makes for a strong board that is sure to make anyone happy.

Key Features of Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard:
  • 40% Camber / 60% Rocker
  • 7 / 10 Flex
  • Shape: True Twin with AmpTek All-Mountain Rocker
  • Flex: Directional All-Mountain
  • Tips: Progressive Radius 420
  • Waist: 250mm to 264mm
  • Sidecut: 7.5 to 8.5m Magne-Traction 7M
  • Core: Wood CBF1 with Aramid
  • Base: Sintered 4400
  • Range: Intermediate to Pro
Length (cm) 157W 161W
Effective Edge (cm) 109 112
Tip Width (cm) 30.6 30.7
Tail Width (cm) 30.6 30.7
Waist Width (cm) 26.4 26.4
Sidecut (m) 7.9 8.2

One Magtek Midwide

Past Season Product

4.5 / 5.0
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Absolutely Love this board. Actually mine just got stolen a few days ago so I may get another. Riding primarily in the midwest and east and this board is a boss. With all our packed ice groomers, this board is perfect and doesn't care. I frequently took it in uneven terrain off the grooms and it handled beautifully. Took it out to Steamboat and did some backcountry tree boarding in the champagne powder and it floated and cut better than I thought it would. Perfect for those jumps and natural kickers too. Honestly, if you can only have one board in your bag and are not a beginner I would get this board in a heartbeat
January 27, 2014
I agree with other reviews on this board. The magtek, magnatraction, bights into icy snow and is all around awesome. I bought a 161 mid wide which is perfect for my feet. This is a pretty big board, but I was surprised at the lighter weight. I have an older nitro demolition from 2004 thats the same size and this thing feels a lot lighter. I would recommend this to anybody
October 15, 2013

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Jake recommended.
Mary Kay S on Dec 1, 2013
Jake recommended.
Mary Kay S on Dec 1, 2013
which year board is this?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello, this One Magtek Midwide is from 2012-2013 season. Thank you
What do the "W and MW" stand for on some boards?
jon W on Oct 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Wide or mid-wide. Wide is for riders w/ larger feet, mid-wide is not quite as wide but still good for riders w/ larger feet.
Is it the 2014 model?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe it is. I have this board and its an amazing, all conditions ride. You can double-check on "The Good Ride" website for a review. They have images of past models on the page so you can compare and be sure.
My weight is 172 undressed with gear on I am over 180. Boot size is 12. Should I go with the 157w or the 161w?
Tom B on Nov 8, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Depends on the type of riding you do. If speed is more your thing go with the 161w. I got the 157w and it says a flex rating of 7 and i can assure you its much more flexible than a 7. Its realisticaly more like a 4-5. The longer the board the more weight it can handle therefore making it a little more stiff. Hope it helps
Wondering what would be the better buy, the rossignol one magtek midwide or the burton blunt. We live in the Midwest? Would a midwide work a size 11 boot. Thanks
Cindy L on Nov 23, 2015
For a Men's 11 boot a Regular width snowboard will work just fine in most cases. Both snowboards you suggest are good choices.... it will come down to preference. I would maybe go with the One Magtek in your case in a normal width (The Mid-Wide would be ok). Look Here:
What type of bindings does this board use?
Cindy L on Nov 19, 2015
These Rossignol boards will use the standard 4-hole mounting system. Any of these will work great:

since the 2015 One now has 5s magnetraction and seems to be quite flexy I am wondering if this would still be worth it as an upgrade to my Templar Magtek 2013?
Looking for something that helps when going fast and riding in steeper terrain.
So what would be the best choice, 13/14 One, 14/15 One or anything else?
A shopper on Oct 12, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Both of the Rossignol One Magtek boards are great but the sidecut on the newer 2015 model is a definite improvement.
6' tall, 210 lbs, boot size 14. Will 161W work? Thanks in advance
A shopper on Feb 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes that Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard in a 161 will work but the width would be the issue...I'd look at the wide version
Boot size 12, 160lbs and 184 cm. Should i go with midwide or wide? 157 or the 161?
A shopper on Jan 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Can't tell you 157 or 161 since I don't know what type of riding you expect to do. If you are more of a big mountain back country rider the 161 should give you more confidence in powder and in more critical terrain, the 157 would suit a more progressive rider however the size is so close it really splitting hairs unless you are a pro. I have size nine boots and they fit perfect on the mid. Any bigger boot would give tow drag. The wide is what you should buy. Enjoy it's a great board.
I am 184 cm tall, 180 lbs, boot size 11.5. Shall I go for a 159 or a 161w.?
Ride all mountain.
Marcel K on Jan 13, 2014

The 161cm Rossignol One Magtek Midwide Snowboard would be ideal for you!
What boot size is the midwide recommended for? I'm size 11 boot, trying to decide between regular and midwide. Thanks!
A shopper on Dec 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: With an 11 foot you're right on the cusp between a regular and midwide. From my standpoint I'd always go with the narrowest board possible. As such I would recommend going with the regular version of the Rossignol One Magtek snowboard.